This is one in a series of reports being issued by the Inspector General, DoD, in accordance with an informal partnership with the Chief Information Officer, DoD, to monitor efforts to address the year 2000 computing challenge. For a listing of audit projects addressing the issue, see the year 2000 webpage on the IGnet at www.ignet.gov. The overall audit objective was to assess the status of selected Military Department and Defense Agency mission-critical systems, identified by U.S. Pacific Command and U.S. Forces Korea as being of particular importance to them, in attaining compliance with year 2000 conversion requirements. Specifically, we reviewed the progress of each system towards year 2000 compliance, testing and integration of modifications, and contingency plans. For this report, we reviewed two Air Mobility Command managed systems, the Command and Control Information Processing System and the Global Air Transportation Execution System, operated within the U.S. Pacific Command area of responsibility.